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COLEGIO ANGLO AMERICANO

PROGRAMACIONES PREESCOLAR

“PROYECTO FORJADOR DE VALORES PARA UNA NUEVA SOCIEDAD”

Código: FA.PR.02

Versión: 01

Fecha: 24/08/09

Páginas: 17 de 17

CONTROL DE CAMBIOS

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ORIGEN DE LOS CAMBIOS

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Versión Inicial

LISTA DE DISTRIBUCIÓN

COPIA

NOMBRE

CARGO

FECHA

FIRMA

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AUTORIZACIONES

ELABORÓ

REVISÓ

APROBÓ

DIANA OLIVEROS

Jefe de departamento

Coordinador de sección

GLORIA ARANGO

BETSABE APARICIO

ANGELA NIÑO

1. IDENTIFICACIÓN

DIMENSIÓN

COMUNICATIVA

ASIGNATRURA:

INGLÉS

GRADO:

TRANSICIÓN

AÑO

2010

2. INTRODUCCIÓN

The human race is characterized by intercultural communication, and it moves in a rapidly changing scientific and technological environment. These conditions demand a common language that will allow the society access to the new globalized world.

Nowadays, it is known that speaking a language is not enough. The need of being a bilingual person is required for getting better levels of life, school and employment. Learning another language develops tolerance towards new societies and establishes relationships the world over. English as one of the most spoken languages lets people to communicate in different human fields and contexts by accepting and understanding several new cultures.

Thus, the Ministry of Education Board has chosen this language to adjust the Bilingual National Program Project and to enable citizens to express themselves in different contexts. It will bring to our country universal processes of communication for a global economy and cultural aperture using comparable international standards.

Therefore, the Anglo American School through the English Department, has designed a language program that lets our students be part of this project. The achievements focus on enhancing the students´ language skills in order to become competent language users in real situations.

3. JUSTIFICACIÓN

The Anglo American School wants to contribute in accordance with the Institutional Educational Project (P.E.I) to the growth of our students as human beings increasing their linguistic competence and improving the knowledge they have of the world through an intensive program from Pre-school to High school. It will reach the goals and policies of the Ministry of Education giving our students an English learning experience as a foreign language based on the standards established in the Common European Framework of Languages that provides a reference for language learning, teaching and assessment.

Our students will acquire linguistic, pragmatic and sociolinguistic competences to achieve higher language proficiency levels from those stated in “ Estándares Básicos de Competencias en Lenguas Extranjeras ” of the M.E.N (Guía No 22 ).

The English level will be evaluated and recognized for an international institution through the exams presented in different divisions (Cambridge YLE and ESOL Examinations).

Once students finish their school in our institution, they will have the opportunity to study in the best Universities and apply for scholarships in our country or abroad.

Therefore, acquiring an excellent English level will let our seniors accede to better educational and job opportunities in Colombia and all over the world that will improve their quality life style.

4. OBJETIVOS

4.1 OBJETIVOS GENERALES

4.1.1 To develop the students´ language skills in order to become competent language users in different contexts.

4.1.2 To improve accuracy and proficiency in the use of the language in real situations.

4.1.3 To make students aware of the relationship between the language and the culture providing a variety of social circumstances.

4.1.4 To increase students values such as responsibility, honesty, cooperation, tolerance and respect.

4.2 OBJETIVOS ESPECIFICOS

4.2.1 To understand information given in an oral way.

4.2.2 To express orally according to given situations.

4.2.3 To use appropriately courtesy expressions at home based on their own routines.

4.2.4 To spell simple words.

4.2.5 To identify some main elements of a story.

4.2.6 To follow instructions in oral and written forms.

4.2.7 To get familiarized with the phonemic awareness.

4.2.8 To illustrate words and short sentences.

4.2.9 To copy words and short sentences.

4.2.10 To complete sentences according to the vocabulary in a word bank.

4.2.11 To use the grammatical structures in different contexts : Personal pronouns, Simple Present Tense with the verb TO BE, singular and plural nouns, Present Progressive, prepositions of place, “Yes/No” questions and WH- questions, numbers from 1 to 100 in an oral way.

5 METODOLOGÍA

The methodology will be based on the communicative approach in order to develop basic competences of language usage giving the student the opportunity of interacting in an active and appropriate way. Some of the main characteristics of the communicative approach and the methodology of the English Department are:

· The acquisition of the English language through recreational activities such as games, role plays, songs and poems that will ensure the practice of the illocutive competence.

· The use of language in a specific context including real situations to exchange the Socio-linguistic competence.

· Active classes with the participation of the students emphasizing the development of the communicative skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

· The encouragement of students through the awakening of their creativity and active participation in order to achieve a better and real use of language.

· The students are evaluated taking into account the linguistic, pragmatic and sociolinguistic competences.

· The compromise of the English teacher to form students for life, taking into account the importance of human values.

· The exposure of students to meet other cultures by exchanging ideas and information.

Some of the activities to keep students involved in the English classes are:

· Listening exercises

· Memory games

· Role play

· Acting out

· Exercised to be completed

· Drilling exercises

· Follow the model activities

· Coloring and classifying activities.

· Pair work

· Guessing games

· Solving puzzles

· Riddles/ games

· Songs and chants

· Contests

· Collage

· Reading of short stories and tales

· Picture dictations

· TPR activities

· Closing activities

· Tales

· Picture dictation

· Letter dictation

· Reading contest

· Writing projects

· Final projects

· Videos

· Movies

· Matching activities.

· Bowling game.

· Making a mobile.

· Building a sketch.

· Games using flashcards.

· English day

· Role plays

· Fashion Show

· Mimics

· Spelling contest

5. RECURSOS

In order to motivate the students and make the class enjoyable, all the available English material in the school such as:

· Teacher´s guides

· Student´s Book

· Workbook

· Notebooks

· Colors

· Glue

· Scissors

· Blocks

· Dices

· Balloons

· Cut outs

· Realia

· Videos

· Charts

· Board

· Markers

· Game boards

· Postcards

· TV set

· TV

· English Lab

· Dictionaries

· Readers

· Cardboards

· CD

· Tape recorders

· Cassettes

· Computers

· Posters

· Multimedia

· Internet

· Rhymes

· Soft wares

· DVD

· Vocabulary cards

· Big Books

· Toys

· Authentic material

· Magazines

· Newspapers

· News

· Songs

· Movies

· Calendars

· Stickers

· Motivational awards

· Pens, pencils

· Flashcards

7. INTENSIDAD HORARIA

INTENSIDAD HORARIA SEMANAL

9 HORAS

INTENSIDAD HORARIA ANUAL

351 HORAS

20% DE IMPREVISTOS

70 HORAS

INTENSIDAD NETA ANUAL

281 HORAS

8. LOGROS

COMPETENCES

SKILLS

ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENTES

ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

THIRD TERM

FOURTH TERM

*LINGUISTIC

LISTENING

The student will demonstrate comprehension to spoken messages in the foreign language.

The student understands and follows oral directions for classroom related activities.

The student responds to request about what is listened.

The student listens and discriminates specific information.

The student demonstrates comprehension to spoken messages in the foreign language.

SPEAKING

The student will express him/herself orally according to given situations.

The student uses common social greetings and simple repetitive phrases.

The student responds to simple questions related to his/her environ